3 Simple Things You Can Make With Maple Syrup
Love cooking with maple? Same.
There really is nothing quite like getting in the kitchen and experimenting with some new and exciting recipes — especially when one of the main ingredients is maple.
We are the masters of the forest, so we wanted to team up with the masters of the kitchen for some great creations with maple! ENJOY.
ENJOY THESE SWEET & SIMPLE IDEAS FOR YOUR NEXT MAPLE CREATION
BOURBON MAPLE SALMON
By Robin Gagnon | @momfoodie | momfoodie.com
The @momfoodie used some of our organic maple syrup to spin up her own sweet salmon dish.
Next, the @momfoodie recommends coating your wild salmon in the mix and baking at 400 degrees (or air fry at 375 degrees) until cooked to your preferred doneness. Simple and easy. Salmon is served.
APPLE PIE OLD FASHION
by Jason Plummer | @barrelageddad | barrelageddad.com
Jason (we can call him that because he’s part of our crew now) created this impressive homage to an Old Fashion by mixing in some apple brandy, aromatic bitters, and some true taste of the forest.
He even showed us how to smoke a glass with cinnamon.
vegan pecan pie bars
Famed vegan food blogger @plant.well (we call her Caitlin) set the bar high after coming up with this easy recipe for Vegan Pecan Pie Bars.
Filled with delicious flavors of real maple, vanilla, and brown sugar,
the bars feature sweet pecan filling on top of a simple shortbread crust that may just blow your mind.
Making things even sweeter, Caitlin mixed in some true taste of the forest (SAPJACK Grade A Golden Maple Syrup) to give this treat an authentic organic maple syrup flavor. Bake for 20-22 minutes at 350 degrees and you and your crew will have all the Vegan Pecan Pie Bars you can handle.
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